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Institute shares lessons on China’s growth

Institute shares lessons on China’s growth

ONLY six months ago, Awan Riak was in his office near the White Nile advising the president of South Sudan. He is now on campus at one of China’s prestigious higher learning institutes. Housed in a traditional ...

Xu Lingui and Peng Peigen | January 14, 2017, Saturday


Schubert’s divine works on the clarinet

Schubert’s divine works on the clarinet

WANG Tao’s major for graduation was classical clarinet, an instrument he had come to play since childhood. At the end of 2016, the 38-year-old finally had a pure classical album to his name. Wang’s album ...

Zhang Qian | January 14, 2017, Saturday

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Professor studies urban life from window seat

Professor studies urban life from window seat

ON over 400 flights during the past 17 years, Shanghai Tongji University professor Li Zhenyu got a window seat and shot some 10,000 photos of 100 cities from the air. His best aerial shots have been compiled ...

Michelle Qiao | January 16, 2017, Monday


The trials and tribulations of Eileen Chang

The trials and tribulations of Eileen Chang

ON September 8, 1995, the talented Shanghai-born writer Eileen Chang was found dead on a canvas bed in her apartment in Los Angeles. Her American landlord immediately called Lin Shitong, Chang’s will ...

Xu Qin | January 14, 2017, Saturday


Donated works from collector, patriot

Donated works from collector, patriot

THE exhibition “Highlights of Ancient Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy from the Donation of Sun Yufeng’s Family” is on display at Shanghai Museum. Sun (1901-1967) was born in Jiangyin, Jiangsu Province. ...

Wang Jie | January 14, 2017, Saturday


Turning the page, bookworms find solace

Turning the page, bookworms find solace

IN an age of expansive digital entertainment, many people have predicted the demise of the bound book as reading material. Indeed, e-books are popular downloads on Kindles and iPads. But when reading ...

Xu Wei | January 13, 2017, Friday


Multi-media gems for kids at ASK

Multi-media gems for kids at ASK

THE Art Space for Kids, which opened in 2014, is one of the youngest performance venues in Shanghai, and has attracted Tony Reekie, one of the world’s biggest names in children’s theater. Reekie was ...

Wang Jie | January 13, 2017, Friday


Historic library captures foward-looking mission

Historic library captures foward-looking mission

SCIENCE & the city A telescope in the hand of a statue of Xu Guangqi attracted the attention of my four-year-old son during a visit to the newly reopened memorial hall honor­ing the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) ...

Michelle Qiao | January 13, 2017, Friday


Jiao Tong campus filled with architectural gems

Jiao Tong campus filled with architectural gems

DORMITORY No. 1 Renowned Chinese architect Robert Fan designed this modern-style dormitory building in 1930. At the time, it was one of the highest-quality student residences in China. Covering an area ...

January 13, 2017, Friday


Romeo and Juliet with a Chinese twist

Romeo and Juliet with a Chinese twist

KUNQU Opera fans will be treated to a delicate Kunqu Opera version of Shakespeare’s classic romance, “Romeo and Juliet,” at the Shanghai Grand Theater on February 11 and 12. The show was created by the ...

Xu Wei | January 12, 2017, Thursday


 

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